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Re: Question about /etc/fstab

ls -l show a long description of the file
(char device)
(pipe fifo)
( I forget... :) )

mainly descript what "kind" of file it is 
following up with the permission (ower, group , world ) 
read, write, execute / read directory 
the number follow show the directory link inside the file include . and .. 
current and parent directory 
for example mkdir newdir; ls -l newdir ----> show 2 
then mkdir newdir/newindir; ls -ls newdir -----> show 3 

wen@japan.email.ne.jp wrote:

>alex> gid and uid is to identifly what the "root" of the mount point belonged
>alex> to... for example.
>alex> mount /dev/hda7 /mnt/rootofvar -o gid=502,uid=502
>alex> when you ls your /mnt directory will like this
>alex>  1 502 502 (linksize) (date) /mnt/rootofvar
>I see. Thanks. 
>By the way, what is the meaning of the number after drwxr-xr-x (1 ?) ?

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